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PO Box 333, Glasgow, G2 9AG United Kingdom.
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    © 2005 Hutchison 3G UK Limited. A Hutchison Whampoa company. The contents are believed to be correct at the time of going to press, but any information, products or services mentioned may be modified, supplemented or withdrawn. The provision of any products and services by Hutchison 3G UK Limited is subject to 3’s customer terms (available at...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Installing Motorola Phone Tool on your PC Transferring files between your mobile and PC Health and safety information Specific absorption rate data Helpful information – My 3 The sections in green describe 3 services, and those in black describe Motorola RAZR V3x services...

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    05463 Motorola V3X ed.aw4 8/11/05 10:52 Page 2 Inserting your USIM, memory card and battery Start the discovery Your 3 USIM may only be used in mobiles which Illustrations Music From you can… Download full length music videos Inserting your USIM, are enabled for 3 services.

  • Page 4: Handy Information About Your Mobile, Getting The Most From Your Mobile

    Send text, photo, video, email Press up for Messages menu. Select menu Access ‘soft boxes’ Takes you to the main menu and sub menus. Press left or right ‘soft key’ once. Select alert profile To view video, music Press right and then to...

  • Page 5: Calling And Video Calling, Using Camera, Video And Audio

    To end or reject a video call press Or to enter new contact number or email address, Highlight the contact, press Options (left ‘soft key’) During a video call, you’ll see a large picture of the > From you can...

  • Page 6: Setting Up Your Email, Text, Multimedia And Email Messaging

    > Press up to select , then select Create To set up your 3mail you need to have set up a To collect emails from other accounts you need to set Message to select text, multimedia or email. > To send an email you first need to set up email on voicemail PIN first.

  • Page 7: Installing Motorola Phone Tool On Your Pc, Transferring Files Between Your Mobile And Pc

    PC desktop. You can choose to synchronise all or a subset Home or Professional; 250MB of hard disk space; a USB of your contacts on your phone or SIM card by Then follow the Wizard instruction to pair your PC >...

  • Page 8

    OPERATION. READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING IN USE. Holding the external antenna affects call quality YOUR PHONE. and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power Displays the online help Minimises Motorola Phone tools and level than needed.

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    If your device offers a flight mode or hearing aids In the event of such interference you may Do not place a phone in the area over an air bag or in covers, may cause your phone to exceed RF energy similar feature consult airline staff about use in flight.

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    OFF your phone when you are near electrical or blackouts when exposed to lashing lights, such as pressing keys or entering finger-written characters, blasting caps in a blasting area or in areas posted ‘Turn Symbol Definition when watching television or playing video games.

  • Page 11: Specific Absorption Rate Data

    Contact your regional the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The ICNIRP SAR then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or authorities for more details. If collection systems aren’t limit for mobile devices used by the general public using a ‘hands-free’...

  • Page 12: Helpful Information – My 3

    . Through My 3 Mail (Voicemail, email & faxmail) 1 (3 secs) 07782 333 123 you can keep track of your bill and see how many Videomail 2 (3 secs) minutes and messages you have left, whether pay monthly or ThreePay. You can also learn more about...

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